> From: Steve Miller [mailto:smiller2015@yahoo.com]
> Sent: Friday, October 31, 2008 5:45 PM


> thx for the help. I tried your suggestion with -c option and
> got the following:


> [init_smux] bind failed: Permission denied
> Error opening specified endpoint ""
> Server Exiting with code 1


On Unix-like systems, ports with numbers less than 1024 can only br opened by root. Try it on a higher numbered port:

$ snmpd -C -c /path/to/snmpd.conf [other flags, including -Le] :10161

Then see if it's running:

$ snmpgetnext -c community localhost:10161 .1.3


HTH,

Mike

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